With the implication that if we just passed this new law, we'd save a similar number of lives in the future.
By implication, he had no choice because his lawyers told him this was the price he had to pay.
And the report makes clear by implication that voting is a national concern.
The implication here is that they adopt the dress and mannerisms of men because they have failed as women.
The implication, of course, was that Khadr was, in the words of one interrogator, “cold and callous.”
Subacute exacerbations occur from time to time, with fever and aggravation of the local symptoms and implication of other joints.
The implication in Kresney's laugh was lost upon Evelyn Desmond.
Very often when we say I could (or might) do this, we leave to be added by implication—but I do not exert my power.
All her dealings with me and all her husband's were an implication that this was lucky for ME.
The implication was obvious, and I asked Mr. Tener for the facts.
early 15c., "action of entangling," from Latin implicationem (nominative implicatio) "interweaving, entanglement," from past participle stem of implicare "involve, entangle, connect closely," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)). Meaning "something implied (but not expressed)" is from 1550s.